Another earthquake hit Southern California Friday, only one day after the area was hit by the most powerful earthquake in 20 years.
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake affected persons from Las Vegas to Los Angeles on Friday, according to NBC News, following Thursday’s 6.4 magnitude earthquake.
Epicenter - Quakes - Location - Miles - Ridgecrest
The epicenter of both quakes was a location about ten miles northeast of Ridgecrest, a town about 115 miles from Los Angeles.
Ridgecrest Police Chief Jed McLaughlin said that injuries were minor, according to NBC. The publication also revealed that the director of the governor’s Office of Emergency Services said Saturday that fires had been reported, caused by gas...